Companies must find the formula to add value in the digital transformation era. Otherwise, they risk delivering the most advanced digital platforms while eroding their profits and financial sustainability.
To attain real business value, it is imperative that we do not overlook Gen Xers, but recognize their strengths and empower them to succeed within today’s diverse, multi-generational workforce.
Jennifer Scanlon, president and CEO of USG Corp. shares her thoughts on PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi stepping down, and why it's important for women to fill top leadership roles at large corporations.
Amazon, Apple and other big tech companies are knocking at the door in healthcare—ready to give an infusion of innovation. Sundeep Bhan, CEO of Prognos and serial healthcare entrepreneur, says it’s about time.
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Chief Executive editor-at-large Jeff Cunningham takes a deep dive into Jeff Bezos' annual letters to shareholders, and unearthed some keys to Amazon's unbelievable success.
A peer network can help CEOs deal with their loneliness problem. Moreover, with the right people, addressing the right questions, peer networks can provide many of the benefits common to any strong community: information, cooperation, support, guidance, insight.
According to CEOs attending our annual CEO Talent Summit, held this year in West Point, New York, more than 84 percent of CEOs say know the culture of their company.
Since stepping down as CEO of Calvin Klein in 2014, Tom Murry has focused on teaching up-and-coming managers and leaders the secrets of his success.
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Our annual study of CEO pay finds—once again—that CEOs get paid a lot less than people think. The median private company CEO total compensation package for 2017? $350,622. That’s just 6.7 times the median income for all U.S. workers, not 275 times. Sorry Bernie.
As members of Generation Z enter the workforce, there is likely to be a culture clash with older coworkers over disagreements in politics and hypersensitivity. Jeff Cunningham spoke with leading moral psychologist, Professor Jonathan Haidt, about this potentially troubling phenomenon and how CEOs can handle these issues at their company.
Sears and Toys ‘R Us are sadly closing chapters on iconic store brands this year, but not every retailer is in trouble. Target, Walmart and a slew of others are having a revival. Here are seven strategies to follow in their footsteps.
It's rare for one Jeff to disagree with another, but Sonnenfeld says that Cunningham is wrong: GE’s recent action in firing John Flannery was not a unique, one time succession phenomena. He offers a rebuttal to the notion that these board insurrections are unique.